Get a Head Start in Your Academic CareerThe Academic Leadership for Residents program is a hands-on internship for residents in advanced education programs, designed to impart productive guidance methods and constructive management techniques for a resident's future success in academic settings. Register
Academic Leadership for Residents
The ALR program is a competency-based course that helps residents develop the essential knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors consistent among academic leaders.
In addition to the exchange of information, the experience provides rich interprofessional relationship-building and networking opportunities.
Providing exceptional quality training, the program will challenge residents’ assumptions about academic careers and expand their horizons with a focus on these objectives:
- Acquire knowledge and skills vital for academic leadership
- Enhance capacity for teaching and learning
- Develop research skills
Download the ALR Brochure
Phase I: September 14-16, 2019 (Atlanta, GA)
Phase II: February 8-10, 2020 (Las Vegas, NV)
Tuition: $1,000 (Tuition payment is not required to submit an application, but it is due upon acceptance to the program.)
To enroll in the program and for scholarship consideration, interested residents should click the “Register” button to begin the application process. In addition to a completed application, other requirements are a current resume or CV, recommendation letter from the applicant’s program director, and an essay about the resident’s interest in academia and career goals.
Application review began July 31, 2019. Space is limited. Submit the completed application and all supporting materials as soon as possible for consideration. For more information, contact the Internship Director, Dr. Marcia Ditmyer at email@example.com.
Coursework enhances skills in 3 areas:
- Instructional design & course planning
- Assessing student competence
- Clinical and didactic teaching
- Assessing progress toward clinical competency
- Motivational interviewing
- Evaluating learning styles
- Working with students who have challenge
Academic Leadership & Career Planning
- Strategic thinking
- Financial management
- Collaborations and partnerships
- Faculty and staff development and oversight
- Negotiation and influence
- Conflict management
- Interpersonal skills
- Emotional intelligence
- Work-life balance
Teaching & Learning
- Identify and define a unique research niche
- Review and evaluate research and related reports
- Research study design and construction
- Data collection
- Interpretation and evaluation of findings and implication
"Taking the time to improve myself professionally is expected; however, taking the time to improve myself personally is a privilege. I expected to learn useful techniques at CAAMP but it was a privilege to genuinely feel a connection that will certainly have an impact in both my professional and personal life. Great conference and highly recommended!"
Naquilla Thomas, West Georgia Technical College
"One of the best things about CAAMP is that it brings educators from all different health disciplines together. This fosters an environment where we share best practices for similar challenges and pitfalls. I left this program with many pearls of wisdom that I could actively implement in my work life."
Mai-Ly Duong, Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health